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Cross posting this once. Please see thread for discussion.

 

  • Gaziano & Girling Canterbury
  • MH71 last in E width (first six)
  • Full brogue
  • Vintage Rioja Hatch Grain (medium to heavy polish)
  • Antique brass metal eyelets with four speed hooks
  • Double leather sole tapered to single at waist
  • Dark lining
  • No pull tab

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/521322/gaziano-girling-canterbury-boot-gmto

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Thanks a lot Gents!

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Hey @leaves

Any chance you guys will be stocking the enzo austerity boot in this makeup again?  There's not a day that goes by where i don't kick myself for not getting a pair.



I didn't pull the trigger on this one and regret it too. There were a few sizes in odd stock for a while so I am guessing that it wasn't the best seller and maybe an unlikely restock candidate. If be very happy to hear that I'm wrong.
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that freaking EB brown Balmoral boot on sale is unfortunately in my size..
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that freaking EB brown Balmoral boot on sale is unfortunately in my size..
Get them they are awesome I own them also.
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by djdanniedee View Post

Hey @leaves

Any chance you guys will be stocking the enzo austerity boot in this makeup again?  There's not a day that goes by where i don't kick myself for not getting a pair.



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Originally Posted by tlsmith View Post

I didn't pull the trigger on this one and regret it too. There were a few sizes in odd stock for a while so I am guessing that it wasn't the best seller and maybe an unlikely restock candidate. If be very happy to hear that I'm wrong.

Same style but different mats will be available this fall. Details later.
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How many of our Skoaktiebolaget friends are part of the new Sweden phone number? Bunch of coworkers and I called Sweden today. Sadly neither person knew Skoak (I could be pronouncing it like a crazy Yank) :/ At least our second person knew Koenigsegg.
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One of my St. C pairs came in on my custom last! There are on the classic last and are a modified green so they are olive green in color with a darker burnished toe:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Is it just me or does this pair seem to have the welting a bit further than usual? 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is me first trying them on. What do you guys think of the fit?

 

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Originally Posted by Shouldaville View Post
 

Cross posting this once. Please see thread for discussion.

 

  • Gaziano & Girling Canterbury
  • MH71 last in E width (first six)
  • Full brogue
  • Vintage Rioja Hatch Grain (medium to heavy polish)
  • Antique brass metal eyelets with four speed hooks
  • Double leather sole tapered to single at waist
  • Dark lining
  • No pull tab

 

http://www.styleforum.net/t/521322/gaziano-girling-canterbury-boot-gmto


wow I love that boot! I definitely will need to get a shoe in that hatch grain but I already have a normal calf vintage rioja boot, so can't jump in on this one!

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So I have a couple updates on some new shoes that I finally have received! First up is the Rosewood Kudu Isham in my extra narrow MH71 Last:

 

 

Skoak photo of the GMTO:

 

 

Mine:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My first trying on of the pair:

 

What do you guys think? I will be using a thicker sock, but just tried this on with the current thin sock because I was testing out a few different pairs at the same time.

 

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Here is my other pair, the Walkton in Rosewood Kudu and Vintage Cherry with a burnished toe on my custom extra narrow MH71 last:

 

Standard photo from Skoak for a GMTO:

 

 

 

My shoes: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My first time putting them on: 

 

What are your thoughts? I love the fit and they feel perfect !

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Here is my other pair, the Walkton in Rosewood Kudu and Vintage Cherry with a burnished toe on my custom extra narrow MH71 last:

 

My shoes: 

 

 

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What are your thoughts? I love the fit and they feel perfect !

 

   those are excellent.  other than the cannes & arran, these are the only ones which the kudu truly works on

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   those are excellent.  other than the cannes & arran & thorpe these are the only ones which the kudu truly works on

I fixed that for you.
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Don't forget the kudu combo St. James which is just killer!
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   those are excellent.  other than the cannes & arran, these are the only ones which the kudu truly works on

 

 

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I fixed that for you.


thanks!! 

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